Using Galaxy for Analysis of High Throughput Sequence Data, September 14-18, 2015

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Waitlist What will be covered? This workshop covers modern high throughput sequencing technologies, applications, and ancillary topics, including: Illumina HiSeq / MiSeq, and PacBio RS technologies Read Quality Assessment & Improvement ChIP-Seq Analysis SNP and indel discovery RNA-Seq differential expression analysis Experimental design Genome assembly Hardware and software considerations Cloud Computing We will present a… Read more »

Using the Linux Command Line for Analysis of High Throughput Sequence Data, June 15-19, 2015

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Register What will be covered? This workshop covers modern high throughput sequencing technologies, applications, and ancillary topics, including: Illumina HiSeq / MiSeq, and PacBio RS technologies Read Quality Assessment & Improvement Genome assembly SNP and indel discovery RNA-Seq differential expression analysis Experimental design Hardware and software considerations Cloud Computing We will present a rich collection… Read more »

2015 Bioinformatics Training Schedule Announced

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The Bioinformatics Core is pleased to announce three training opportunities which will be held at UC Davis in 2015: March 23-26: RNA-Seq and ChIP-Seq Analysis with Galaxy June 15-19: Using the Linux Command Line for Analysis of High Throughput Sequence Data September 14-18: Using Galaxy for Analysis of High Throughput Sequence Data Registration is now… Read more »

RNA-Seq and ChIP-Seq Analysis with Galaxy, March 23-26, 2015

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What will be covered? … This workshop will focus on the design and analysis of two powerful experimental paradigms: RNA-Seq for expression profiling, and ChIP-Seq to assess genomic DNA binding sites. We will use Illumina data for hands-on exercises, and perform analyses using the popular Galaxy platform (http://usegalaxy.org) running on the Amazon Cloud (http://aws.amazon.com/). What… Read more »

RNA-Seq and ChIP-Seq Analysis with Galaxy, December 16-19, 2014

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What will be covered? … This workshop will focus on the design and analysis of two powerful experimental paradigms: RNA-Seq for expression profiling, and ChIP-Seq to assess genomic DNA binding sites. We will use Illumina data for hands-on exercises, and perform analyses using the popular Galaxy platform (http://usegalaxy.org) running on the Amazon Cloud (http://aws.amazon.com/). What… Read more »

Using the Linux Command Line for Analysis of High Throughput Sequence Data, September 15-19, 2014

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This new workshop covers modern high throughput sequencing technologies, applications, and ancillary topics, including: Illumina HiSeq / MiSeq, and PacBio RS technologies Read Quality Assessment & Improvement Genome assembly SNP and indel discovery RNA-Seq differential expression analysis Experimental design Hardware and software considerations Cloud Computing The course includes a rich collection of lectures and hands-on… Read more »

Using Galaxy for Analysis of High Throughput Sequence Data, June 16-20, 2014

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This workshop will cover modern high throughput sequencing technologies, applications, and ancillary topics, including: Illumina HiSeq / MiSeq, and PacBio RS technologies Read Quality Assessment & Improvement Genome assembly SNP and indel discovery RNA-Seq differential expression analysis Experimental design Hardware and software considerations Cloud Computing The course includes a rich collection of lectures and hands-on… Read more »

2014 Bioinformatics Training Schedule Announced

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The Bioinformatics Core is pleased to announce three training opportunities which will be held at UC Davis in 2014: March 26-27: UC Davis Mission Critical Bioinformatics Workshop – iPlant/iAnimal Data to Publication June 16-20: Using Galaxy for Analysis of High Throughput Sequence Data September 15-19: Using the Linux Command Line for Analysis of High Throughput Sequence… Read more »

UC Davis Mission Critical Bioinformatics Workshop – iPlant/iAnimal Data to Publication, March 26-27, 2014

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UC Davis bioinformatics training program is co-hosting a bioinformatics workshop with the iPlant Collaborative, cyberinfrastructure project of the National Science Foundation. iPlant offers a number of resources including data storage and sharing, web interfaces to bioinformatics platforms, cloud computing, and high-performance computing.  The workshop will be hosted by local UC Davis trainers and iPlant staff…. Read more »